More stories about Mixed-Use Development

  • rising star: luis ibarra and teresa rosano, ra, leed ap

    Luis Ibarra just had one of his original music compositions performed by a local high school orchestra.

  • chicago preservation projects honored

  • waiting to exhale

    This is an uncertain period for architects, but also an interesting one, as market trends shake out in response to production housing's spectacular fall and the new energy realities.

  • Swale Tale

    Rogers Marvel Architects recently parlayed overburdened sewers into a pivotal design for a mixed-income, mixed-use housing development on a brownfield site bordering Brooklyn, N.Y.'s Gowanus Canal.

  • david baker and daniel solomon named "housing heroes"

  • csi honors arthur gensler

    The Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) recently presented the Michelangelo Award, its highest honor, to M. Arthur Gensler Jr., FAIA, FIIDA, RIBA, founder and chairman of renowned international architecture firm Gensler. 

  • L.A. Architectural Awards Announced

  • hassayampa academic village at arizona state university, tempe, ariz.

    Machado and Silvetti Associates + Gould Evans, LLC, Boston. The judges loved the shocks of color that distinguish the three courtyards at this campus housing complex in Tempe, Ariz.

  • elbe pirouette

    Sensitive urban revitalization often goes hand in hand with sustainability. When an underpopulated neighborhood blossoms, its city becomes denser and more resource-efficient.

  • texas chill

    Arthur Andersson, AIA, looked to Southwestern cliff dwellings when designing Block 21 in Austin, Texas. The mixed-use project contains the television studios and performance venue for “Austin City Limits,” office and retail space topped by a W hotel, and private residences.